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11 Secrets Hidden in Famous Works of Art #FWx

11 Secrets Hidden in Famous Works of Art

11 Secrets Hidden in Famous Works of Art #FWx

Alien encounters in The Madonna with Saint Giovannino

11 Secrets Hidden in Famous Works of Art

The Madonna with Saint Giovannino, painted in the century by Italian Renaissance artist Domenic. - Bastiano Mainardi, via Wikimedia Commons

View of the old port of Fira Santorini island | Greece

Visit Santorini and maybe never leave. View of the old port of Fira Santorini Island Greece by Batya

Ruines de Pompéi, Italie

Ruins of Pompeii, Italy. The city of Pompeii is a partially buried Roman town-city near modern Naples in the Italian region of Campania, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. One of the most memorable places I've ever been.

The Avalon Hotel Is Just One More Reason to Hit Palm Springs This Summer

Avalon Hotel, This Summer, Summer Time, Palm Springs, Spring Style, Norman, Palms, Gatsby, Sunshine

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Franz Xavier Winterhalter, Empress Elisabeth of Austria in Courtly Gala Dress with Diamond Stars 1865

the artist reinterprets famous artworks by erasing all people and characters to reveal a completely different perspective of the classic pieces.

Abandoned Paintings // Bence Hadju (from Leonardo da Vinci‘s ‘The Last Supper’)

Singita_6_Boulders_Lodge

Singita Boulders Lodge in South Africa

DINING AT DIRTY FRENCH

DINING AT DIRTY FRENCH

Our global editors reveal their local picks for the best hotel restaurants in New York, Paris, London on Tablet Hotels

Paris

Travel Inspiration for France - Hidden Paris Photography Walking Tour. Site has GPS locations for every photo on the tour so you can find them yourself for free!

9 of the World's Most Memorable Libraries #FWx

9 of the World's Most Memorable Libraries

Whetheryou're a voracious reader or you haven't picked up a book since college, swoonover these spectacular libraries. This article originally appe.

Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton, probably dressed for the coronation of James I of England in 1603 by ? (Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge University - Cambridge UK) bbc.co

Elizabeth Vernon, Countess of Southampton probably dressed for the coronation of James I of England in 1603 dressed in white with her countess’s coronet & mantle

Καρυατιδες Παρθενωνας

Porch of the Caryatids, Parthenon, Athens, Greece.According to a theory, the name of Parthenon means the "temple of the virgin goddess" and refers to the cult of Athena Parthenos that was associated with the temple.